2 Oct 2013

Using Equation Editor In Office 2010

equation editor

 Many of my friends asked me "How to use equation editor" in office-2010. Today I am going to show you the basic of using equation editor.
How to open it?, How to use it's many options, etc.

Write Mathematical terms easily with "Equation Editor"



First of all I'm not an Expert of Math, So I just want to show you how to use "Equation Editor". Editing is your job, Please don't mind !! 


"Equation Editor":-
Equation Editor is one of the best way to write very important mathematical terms like Fraction, Radical, Script, Integral, Accent etc.

Suppose you want to write half, How it looks like if you write 1/2 like this? 
With equation editor you can easily do this.
Your Writhing  should look like above


How to open Equation Editor in Word 2010?
In Microsoft Office 2010 Everything is very nicely designed. To open Equation Editor you have to first open Microsoft Office 2010 and have to go to "Insert" option. Here you can see in the right side of the toolbar "Equation Editor"
Hare is a snap shot to understand of you :-





"Using Fraction":-
Fraction option is using divider between two words or latter. Such as you want to write one and  half, a/b, y/x, ab/xy etc. Many mathematical terms like this can be easily written by this "Fraction" option.
I am giving you a snapshot of "Fraction" in Microsoft Office 2010.





"Using Radical":-
Radical option is one of the common option to write "Root Over" and so others like this. By this option you can make formula of various mathematical terms.






"Using Script":-
Script option is used to write "Formula" in your documents. If you want to write formula of Algebra and other mathematical formulas than you have to use this option. "Square, Cube, To the power"  is the main use of it.


As I said, I'm not a mathematician of an expert of math  so my choose of word pickup may be wrong, I just wanted to show you how to use equation editor So please don't mind.

Enjoy !!!!!!
Thank You..